Police have resumed the search for the missing persons who were involved in an accident in Owia yesterday. The persons were passengers in a mini-bus went over an embankment and ended up into the sea at Rock Gutter yesterday morning. Police Officials say five bodies have so far been recovered and fourteen persons remain in… Continue Reading →
A joint Radio Discussion Program was held yesterday, as the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank ECCB continues activities as part of Financial Information Month under the theme “Soar to Succeed”. The panel of Financial Experts focused on the topic: Recovering from Financial Disasters: Assessing and Managing Your Financial Risk.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Camillo Gonsalves has warned that time is running out for the world community to effectively address the issue of climate change. Minister Gonsalves made the point, as he addressed the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Monday. He noted that not enough is being done to tackle this… Continue Reading →
Youth Business St. Vincent and the Grenadines is appealing to local business not to succumb to the current global financial crisis and not to close their operations. This appeal was made by Founder and Managing Director of the organization, Kenrick Quashie. Mr. Quashie said while there are many difficulties during the current times business operators… Continue Reading →